When you embrace criticism instead of avoiding it, you get lots of chances to love your enemy.
Two Israelis, a lawyer and a rabbi, on the complicated relationship between religion and national identity
We were already active in our community. Now we're on overdrive.
God works in mysterious ways, not sadistic ones.
There is a crisis of moral norms in America. The president is part symptom and part cause.
"I'm not afraid of marrying you," said the young groom. "I'm afraid of losing you."
I would have been embarrassed, downright ashamed to be associated with gluttons, drunkards, and sinners.
The sower just seems to hope that the seeds will find the right kind of soil, while doing little to ensure that is the case.
For the church in China, dying and rising is not just a doctrine. It's an incontestable fact.
The headlines spoke of nationalism and war. Barth proclaimed a living God who calls for repentance.
Patrick B. Reyes reflects on the soils that have sustained him—and those that have poisoned him.
In Aharon Appelfeld's novel, a teenage Holocaust survivor sleeps, remembers, and learns to speak anew.
The authoritarian nationalism of the 20th century never quite died. And Americans now aren't wiser than Europeans then.
Resistance might not achieve its outer aims. Nevertheless, its inner life persists.
The sitcom offers a complex and funny look at ethnicity, gender, and faith.
EDS students will earn Union degrees, and EDS appointed Kelly Brown Douglas as dean.
William Barber II has left the North Carolina NAACP to lead a new Poor People's Campaign.
“Stories are food,” Brian Doyle said. Without them, talk is “all sales pitches and lies.”